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Birds’ Facts. Together With Birds. Bird Eggs. Bird’s eggs are all different colours and sizes. Some are almost round , others have a pointed end. What’s a bird?. There are thousands of sorts of birds of all shapes, sizes and colours. They have these things in common.

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birds facts

Birds’ Facts

Together With Birds

bird eggs
Bird Eggs
  • Bird’s eggs are all different colours and sizes. Some are almost round , others have a pointed end.
what s a bird
What’s a bird?
  • There are thousands of sorts of birds of all shapes, sizes and colours. They have these things in common.
  • All birds are covered with feathers.
  • All birds have two wings, but they can’t all fly.
  • All birds have a tail. It is used for steering in flight.
  • All birds have two legs and feet with toes.
  • All birds have a hard beak.
  • All female birds lay eggs.
  • Birds fly by flapping their wings up and down.
  • Birds’ bones are hollow and full of air. This makes them light enough to fly.
beaks
BEAKS
  • Birds have hard beaks instead of teeth. A bird’s beak suits the food it eats.
  • Seed eaters have short, tough beaks.
  • Insect eaters have thin, pointed beaks.
  • Wading birds have long beaks for grabbing worms and other animals out of mud.
  • Birds of prey have strong, hooked beaks for tearing meat.
  • Nectar eaters have very long, thin beaks to reach inside flowers.
  • Some birds have tweezer beaks. They are pointed for picking up seeds and long enough to grasp worms.
  • Ducks have flattened beaks for filtering food from water.
feathers
FEATHERS
  • Feathers keep birds warm and dry.They help them to fly.
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